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25 September 2017, 13:38
The Present Tense outfit announced their split, and teased that they'd "like to celebrate" with farewell dates.
Music fans have reacted to the news that Wild Beasts will be no more.
The Kendal four-piece announced their split this morning, saying: “The four of us have decided, for our own reasons and in our own ways, that it is now time to leave this orbit.”
See their full post here:
Fans have rushed to thank the band for "the music" and hail them as "one of the most unique bands around".
See some of their reactions below:
Thank you for being my favourite band x— Sivu (@SiVUsignals) September 25, 2017
Thank you for the music— Truck Festival (@TruckFestival) September 25, 2017
Thank you for the music— . (@castoncook) September 25, 2017
damn...absolutely gutted! can't you do one more Bestival first pls?! ;)— Rob da Bank (@RobdaBank) September 25, 2017
I'm going to miss you pic.twitter.com/YKpJDFWlED— △△Vaughan Fisher △△ (@vaughan2004) September 25, 2017
This is heartbreaking news. You were one of the most unique bands around. Present Tense is a masterpiece.— Christos Polydorou (@eatartdaily) September 25, 2017
Good luck in future endeavours.
Wild Beasts - who comprised of Hayden Thorpe, Ben Little, Chris Talbot, Tom Fleming - released five albums in total, with their last record being Boy King in 2016.
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